This second feature (actually, two hour-long movies) by the team of Joe Parda and Joe Zaso far surpasses their first endeavor, FIVE DEAD ON THE CRIMSON CANVAS, in all regards. Although the first tale, NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS, has a lot of nudity by some not so attractive women, it is extremely engaging and downright weird, emphasized by some unexpected blue screen effects. Joe Zaso, as a narcissistic phone stalker, has some of the best and absurd lines. At one point he holds up a greased up phone receiver and says to the woman he's sleeping with--'The phone is not your enemy. It is your friend' then proceeds to use it as a sexual instrument! The second tale, directed by Zaso, involves a wannabee actress who moves to New York and through her new Method Acting class begins to uncover some of her mysterious past with deadly consequences. Indie B Movie queen Sasha Graham (VICIOUS SWEET, GARGOYLE GIRLS) portrays the confused RoseMarie. If you're looking for something a little different this is one to rent.